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Ceres Power Holdings LSE:CWR London Ordinary Share GB00BG5KQW09 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -7.00p -4.67% 143.00p 51,465 16:35:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
144.00p 146.68p 154.90p 144.00p 150.02p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 6.33 -11.89 -0.98 217.5

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24/3/2019
08:20
Ceres Power Daily Update: Ceres Power Holdings is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CWR. The last closing price for Ceres Power was 150p.
Ceres Power Holdings has a 4 week average price of 138p and a 12 week average price of 124.98p.
The 1 year high share price is 209.95p while the 1 year low share price is currently 100p.
There are currently 152,076,657 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 146,021 shares. The market capitalisation of Ceres Power Holdings is £217,469,619.51.
27/2/2019
10:17
shy tott: Someone left it on the backburner too long and it's exploding. With so many joint ventures, I expect one or two more to build a bigger stake so they can influence cwr. Always a possibility of one of the many wanting the whole company to themselves. That's my prediction, may be tomorrow, maybe next year, maybe 5 years, but as long as cwr keeps moving the tech forward, it'll always result in a higher share price.
12/2/2019
11:19
scrutable: The dropping share price, without visible cause always worries the small,investor. He tends to see smoke and to associate it with an unseen fire. So sells. The current erosion of value comes from a large holder deciding to lighten their prortfolio and has nothing at all to do with difficulties at the company. It is tiresome that the company is so well catered for with cash at bank that it can be relatively unconcerned with morale building updates. Let us write to Phil Caldwell. I noticed that Dan Caesar their IR man was no longer working at Ceres. Has he been replaced or do they think that PR is irrelevant to a prosperous developer? Anyhow the share price drop makes it Bargain Time for the worlds leading stationary power cell, and the Weichai deal should make the Steel Cell look as relevant to the EV industry as it would seem to most investors..
06/12/2018
11:08
colsmith: Looks like both technically and commercially the new Chinese non-executive will be an asset; clearly an innovator with 32 US patents. Still not sure what the longer term strategy for Weichai is. One would hope it stays UK, but who knows after ARM the UK sells anything off. ------------------------------------------------ EXTRACT Dr. Hu is the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Weichai Power Co., one of China's largest diesel engine and vehicle powertrain system manufacturers. Prior to joining Weichai, Dr. Hu had been in engineering leadership positions at Eaton Corp, Caterpillar Inc., Detroit Diesel Corporation, and Jacobs Vehicle Systems. He has over 25 years' experience in the research and development of engines and powertrain systems. Dr. Hu is a Fellow of SAE International, a Fellow of ASME, and a recipient of the 1999 SAE Arch T. Colwell merit award. He has 32 US patents and is a co-author of a SAE book "Advanced Hybrid Powertrains for Commercial Vehicles". Dr. Hu holds a Doctor of Science (ScD) in Mechanical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and an MBA degree from the Ohio State Universit https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/ceres-power-CWR/share-news/Ceres-Power-Holdings-plc-Directorate-Change/78830015
25/9/2018
17:56
cerrito: I would be very surprised if there is a connection between today's fall in share price and the board change. Note that the Board composition even after today's change does not reflect the maturity of CWR and its shareholder base. Before today it had 4 non execs and 7 execs and now we are at 5 and 6; it seems to me that the Board is plenty big enough and one more exec will need to walk the plank to be replaced by a non exec-for me ideally someone who has had good experience in working for a big multinational-even better one from the Far East, I guess inevitable that after this rise the share price drifts back and no doubt the prelims will be the next source of news- I will be looking at where we are on the factory and also on the modular 10kW power-only system for Cummins and the US Department of Energy (DoE). PS Going through my notes, I reminded myself that Weichai and Bosch have had a relationship pre CWR.
18/9/2018
00:16
scrutable: A few years back CWR disclosed a collaboration with the very ambitious and aggressively innovative K D Navien of S Korea who claim to make 80,000 boilers/year and to have supplied over 1 million high tech boilers into the USA. In 2017, advertising that they led the world KDN launched CHP boilers in the UK but disappointed me in that one model exploited heat pumps, and there has never been a further word about them from CWR. Perhaps this isthe advanced collaborator who is still incognito, although I think that the director's trials were piloted by BG or Centrica. More seems about to be revealed. I hope we get an explanation for the share price outperformance - +30% since mid August and a rate of growth projected by the share price chart trend channel of 250%/pa And we havn't yet launched the firstb product...........
03/7/2018
22:39
cerrito: I thought it rather inconsiderate to issue such an important RNS at a time of the day when we were focusing in on Wimbledon and the World Cup. For that reason I have not gone through their comments on what has been achieved and the future with the detailed eye required to pick out the subtleties. That said I was surprised at this news. They have I reckon about £8m in the bank. They were about to get £18m from Weichai and one assumes a further £23m. That would give £49m.. enough for roughly five years if they continue to burn cash at the same rate as in recent years. So why are they taking this extra £20m? One reason may well be that they are expecting for their cash burn to increase especially with the new factory and as they say increased working capital needs; the second may be that as they are dealing with big companies on mission critical projects the credit guys at these companies have indicated that they will need CWR to have a strong balance sheet- this was a reason that Kromek gave early last year for doing an equity raise. It also has the effect that Weichai invest an extra £5m approx. The way I read the RNS is that this £70m+ of financing will take them through to 2021 or three years hence when they should be cash flow break even- but that may not be what they meant. I am hoping that this will be oversubscribed and be interesting to see if they increase the amount raised from the market-I guess not as it would mess yup the pro rata holdings of Weichai. .My initial reaction was that the share price would drift down but who knows there may be a lot of unsatisfied institutional demand. PS I assume that Richard Griffith's will pass as he did in September 2016 and be interesting to see if IP Group participate again. PPS A good measure of progress in the last two years was that the September 2016 placing was done at 8.75p.
26/6/2018
15:08
nivison: I share your nervousness about IP transfer to a Chinese company. I don't think China really grasps the concept of IP. Slightly different but one of my other investments tripped up in China over ownership of a brand name which went to court and the local distributor won. I recall Top Gear reporting that BMW lost a case against a Chinese company making knock off BMWs. I really like this product. I believe it will form part of the energy mix in the future and am invested here quite heavily for me. But I hope CWR are being extremely careful in protecting their IP and ensuring that revenues do indeed flow once/if the cell is used in Chinese products. Revenue from sales will shift this share price but that may take some time.
15/6/2018
14:52
scrutable: with a timing of 17 years like the cycle of cicadas, and once an unbelievable share price high of 409p, CWR shares this week continued their 108%/pa recovery lift off from their 2018 low OF 10P. The share price is perceptibly accelerating as though the market is finally becoming aware of their track record impressing global corporations with their unique steel cell SOFC. I feel that we finally have lift off towards commercialisation for two of the six cooperation licences, one of which must be for the domestic CHP boiler product, successfully tested during 2017 in several directors homes. I expect an RNS any day onwards, latest by the date of FY results in early October. Any launch of CHP products would surely be timed to catch the next Winter season, and needs to be launched by early August for maximum effect.
16/5/2018
09:55
smokey 1o3: Dozey could'nt disagree with you more. This is really good news. I worked in China for 10+ years and found their business ethics as good as anyone else's. One Company I worked with was a JV between the British, Chinese and Japanese and all got along well. Also no problem with Cummins and USA as they have multifarious investments in China. I have had the feeling the share price has been purposely kept low in recent months to accommodate something like this. Good to see the UK can develop good business relationships outside of the EU!!.
20/3/2018
09:18
nivison: Agree with Mr Roper - the most interesting prospect here is the mention of the possibility of a strategic partner. Not something that has been mentioned before I believe. Imagine what would happen to the share price if, for example, one of the OEM's took a 10% stake in the company for £20 million. Small beer for some of the current partners and an excellent way of hedging against their future costs. The operative word being 'if' of course. Massive upside potential remains here but associated risk too. I remain invested as the business case continues to build.
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